How will the role of the laboratory change in the next few years? With widespread changes in healthcare already underway, learn how labs can overcome the considerable challenges and embrace the exciting opportunities.
Given your current setup, how confident are you in your laboratory’s future success and sustainability?
As populations age, healthcare pressures grow, and technology shapes the world around us; not changing is no longer an option. Healthcare is shifting focus from a volume- to value-based model of care, and non–value-adding departments are at risk of being consolidated. There is hope, however. With a slight shift in mindset, a value-centric approach to testing can be more attainable than you may think.
Gone are the days of multiple rooms, complicated workflows, and countless manual steps.
Roche’s Molecular Work Area has revolutionized access to, and the potential of, molecular testing. This allows laboratories of all sizes and disciplines to elevate their value, giving them the freedom to focus, the confidence to streamline and the capacity to deliver.
The Molecular Work Area is not a product but a tangible and sustainable solution that can positively impact laboratories today.
Do your instruments dictate your workflow? What if you could test what you want, whenever you want? With streamlined and standardised processing, the Molecular Work Area ensures high testing quality and effective resource management.
Transforming your laboratory can be quite the undertaking. To support your journey, Roche developed a vision for the future that is both attainable as well as impactful. The Molecular Work Area is the culmination of extensive industry expertise, industry-leading solutions and a rich pipeline of products to allow you to stay competitive amidst an ever-changing healthcare landscape.
To support you in navigating this transformation, Roche Healthcare Consulting will provide personalized advice and guidance throughout every step—from first assessment, through implementation and beyond.
Join laboratories around the world in securing future success with the Molecular Work Area.